Job Openings at State Support Team 6

SST6 has consultant positions available starting August 1, 2015. Applicants must be willing and able to integrate the Ohio Improvement Process, PBIS, Family Engagement Supports, Universal Design for Learning, and Integrated Comprehensive Services into their current area of practice. Professional development will be provided. Candidates must be able to make connections between their specialized work and all of the initiatives delivered by the SST. Being open to change and thinking on a  systems level are critical components.

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PARCC Live Binder

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2015 Assistive Technology Vendor Fair

April 21, 2015
Sawmill Creek, Huron, Ohio

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Requirements for Intervention Specialists of Students Taking Alternate Assessments

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Required: Ohio's PBIS and Restraint and Seclusion Policy

Ohio's Law: 33301-35-15 Ohio Department of Education Resources

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State Support Team 6

As an agency extension of the Ohio Department of Education, Region 6 provides services and assistance to school districts and community schools, educational service centers, early childhood centers, and families in the areas of special education, Ohio Improvement Process, early childhood education, and literacy.

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Ohio’s Part B Federal Application for Federal Fiscal Year 2015 (FFY15) is available for review through May 12, 2015. ODE will accept public comments from April 1, 2015, through May 1, 2015. Comments may be submitted by email or by mail to:

Attn: Jo Hannah Ward
Office for Exceptional Children
Ohio Department of Education
25 S. Front Street, MS 409
Columbus, OH 43215

The Ohio Department of Education is hosting six regional learning opportunities in March−April 2015. The meetings will assist districts in implementing the Third Grade Reading Guarantee and provide strategies to support early literacy.

The agenda will include important information on the following topics:

  • Clarifying the Third Grade Reading Guarantee, including policy components and updates
  • Understanding the Literacy Instruction Toolkit: Bridging the Third Grade Reading Guarantee and Literacy Instruction
  • Introducing helpful resources for intervention
  • Learning from peers through conversations on planning, structure and school-wide decisions

    Read more: Building Capacity around the Third Grade Reading Guarantee

Ohio includes all students, including those with disabilities, in state tests, and their results are included in state accountability. All children matter, and Ohio has a responsibility to make sure that all children learn and grow in our classrooms.

This information explains the current state of assessment and support for Ohio’s students.

Read more: Clarification on Accessibility and Accommodations for New State Tests

Special education paraprofessionals (SPED parapros) help students in nearly all Ohio districts. In fact, across the nation SPED parapros outnumber special education teachers by a factor of 2 to 1. They are a large proportion of the special education workforce, but there has been no systematic assessment of districts’ needs in organizing their work.

For this reason the Ohio Partnership for Excellence in Paraprofessional Preparation (OPEPP) is conducting the first statewide survey to describe the role, function, and training needs of parapros in Ohio from the district perspective. Please help OPEPP by reporting your district’s information and experience on the survey. There are about 25 questions and answering them should take about 15 minutes.

Read more: Survey on Paraprofessional Preparation

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State Support Team Region 6
1045 Dearbaugh, Suite #1
Wapakoneta, Ohio 45895

Phone: 419.738.9224
Toll Free: 800.686.2945 (Ohio only)
Fax: 419.738.9199

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00AM to 4:00PM

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